Most social entrepreneurship jobs still exist in the offline world, and the increased interest in careers in this field are evidence of an ongoing sea change in the job market. Business ideas are sparked through experience and knowledge in the field. The traditional business path for MBA students is changing to put a greater focus on entrepreneurial thinking, including risky start ups , social enterprises, environmental organizations and more. Social Venture Technology Group (SVT) in California is a good example of a social enterprise company which has been operating since 2001.
This company offers a variety of offline positions for people with a variety of skills, including MBA students who are looking for jobs in the exciting social enterprise sector. As jobs in the banking sector and related industries have declined in recent years, MBA students are increasingly turning to alternative industries who are in need of their skills to build business ideas.
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